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Teach Your Old House Some New Tricks : The Nest Learning Thermostat

The Nest Thermostat can be a hot (or cool) new member of your family as it adapts to your schedule, saves you money, and looks good doing it.

Microsoft's Surface Pro: The First PC In A Tablet

Tablets have become very popular since Apple's initial unveiling of the iPad, and since then many manufacturers have introduced their own versions, usually running Android. Last year, Microsoft added its own Windows based Surface RT tablet into the mix, but all of those tablets have been running lower powered processors, unable to run full PC software. The Surface Pro however changes all of this.

Rex Robot Shows Off Prosthetics Possibilities

A look at the new Rex robot, made by Shadow, that is designed to show off the forefront of  prosthetics  technology to the world. With more than half of the organs in the human body being simulated at this point. He will soon be on TV and then in a London museum for the public to see the advances for themselves.

Charging On The Go: Bicycle USB Charger Kit For Smartphones

Bicycling is a great way to stay in shape and the Bicycle USB Charger Kit For Smartphones will help you stay conneted wherever two wheels can take you. Your phone will stay charged for phone calls, music, and those all-important apps. It is able to charge other USB devices as well, including bicycle lights, MP3 players, GPS units, and cameras.

StormFly Kickstarts The Storm Versus Betting On The Cloud

Commuters, kids, business travelers and anyone on the move: How would you like to carry a lite-weight version of your computer on your wrist? While Cloud Computing is definitely the wave of the future, with hundreds of millions of PCs shipping each year, a good amount of today's computing happens locally. And to that end, StormFly has found the answer to moving complete operating systems between devices, quickly, easily and securely.

iPotty Makes Potty Training A Wee Bit Hi-Tech

Potty training has gone hi-tech. The iPotty, which debuted at this year’s Consumer Electronic’s Show, gives toddlers some incentive to stay on the pot by incorporating an iPad stand.

Cute Necono Digital Cat Camera Makes Everyone Smile

It's a cat, it's a camera, it's the Necono Digital Cat Camera from Superheadz! This cute yet fully functional photographer's friend will make your subjects smile without having to say “cheese”.

Asus WL-330NUL Wireless Router Fits In Your Pocket

Looking like the perfect companion for one who travels with many gadgets, this new Asus router packs wireless hotspot creation through a wired LAN port in a package similar to the size of a typical USB key.

Submarine Detecting Robot Boat Under Development

DARPA is developing a submarine detecting boat that will be able to run for months at a time without human intervention and help to protect large naval ships from foreign attack using a variety of sensors and a new laser system.The robot, which is still under development, is projected to be hitting the harbor sometime next year.

Kingston Unveils 1TB USB Flash Drive

While a hard drive will get it done for far cheaper, those looking for something more durable, stylish and speedy will want to take a look at Kingston's DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 1TB flash drive.